Being in the Northern Quarter puts us at the cultural heart of the city – a location that, since the 18th Century, has been home to free spirits, thought leaders and creatives alike.

It’s a great base, as you’re not only in the more ‘Bohemian’ area of the city, but also only a three minute walk from the banks, bars and bustle of Piccadilly Gardens. 
In the surrounding streets you’ll find an amazing network of independent restaurants, cafes and fashion boutiques, as well as some very affordable parking rates.



Piccadilly Station: 9 minute walk
Victoria Station: 12 minute walk

Tib Street NCP: 3 minute walk: £5.50 for 2 hours, £7.70 for 4 hours
Port Street: 5 minute walk: £5 all day, £90 a month
Ducie Street: 6 minute walk: £105 a month
Oldham Road: 9 minute walk: £3.50 per day
Sheffield Street: 10 minute walk: £4.10 per day

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The nearest stop is 4 minutes away in Piccadilly Gardens. You can find more information here.

Manchester Airport is 20 minutes away via train from Piccadilly


The Northern Quarter’s a big place, so it’s difficult to do a short list of all the pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants. Here are a few of our favourites though:

A Place Called Common: 4 minutes
Port Street Beer House: 4 minutes
NoHo: 1 minute
Black Dog Ballroom: 2 minutes
Marble Bar: 5 minutes

Walrus: 6 minutes
Soup Kitchen: 3 minutes
This & That: 7 minutes
Dough:  6 minutes
The Northern Quarter: 6 minutes

M&S, Boots, Philpotts and a whole host of fast food joints all located in Piccadilly Gardens.

Cafes and sandwiches:
Drip: 4 minutes
Teacup: 5 minutes
Williams Butty Shop: 2 minutes
Koffee Pot: 3 minutes